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a. Time Zone— Select a time zone where the thin client operates from the drop-down list. Default
value is Unspecified.
b. Enable Daylight Saving— Allows you to enable the daylight saving settings. When selected, the
Start Date and End Date boxes must be properly configured to define the daylight saving starting
(month/week/day) and ending (month/week/day) periods.
Use the following guidelines to enter the Start date and End date:
Month— Specifies the month in the year from January through December.
Week— Select 1 through 4 for the week in the month. Week last denotes the last week in the
month.
Day — Specifies the day of the week from Monday through Sunday.
c. Time Format — Allows you to select a 12 or 24-hour time format. default is 24-hour format.
d. Date Format — Allows you to select a yyyy/mm/dd (year/month/day) or dd/mm/yyyy (day/
month/year) date format. Default is yyyy/mm/dd.
e. Time Servers — List of IP addresses or host names with optional TCP port number of Time
Servers.
Each entry with optional port number is specified as Name-or-IP: port, where: port is optional. If
not specified, port 80 is used. Locations can be supplied through user profiles if user profiles are
used. The Time Servers provide the thin client time based on the settings of time zone and
daylight saving information. If DHCP is used, locations can be supplied through DHCP.
f. Change Date and Time — Allows you to change date and time for secure environments requiring
a solution to outside server access. When connecting to a file server over HTTPS, the proper time
must be defined on the thin client for SSL/ certification validation.
3. Click OK to save the settings.
Setting the Custom Information
Use the Custom Info tab to enter configuration strings for use by WDM software. The configuration
strings can contain information about the location, user, administrator, and so on.
To set the custom information:
1. From the desktop menu, click System Setup, and then click System preferences.
The System preference dialog box is displayed.
2. Click the Custom Info tab to enter configuration strings for use by WDM software. The configuration
strings can contain information about the location, user, administrator, and so on. Clicking OK
transfers the custom field information you enter in the dialog box to the Windows registry. The
information is then available to the WDM Client Manager. For more information on using Custom
Fields and using WDM for remote administration and upgrading thin client software, see WDM
documentation.
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